Candy Apple

Candy Apple


10 small red apples
2 cups sugar
1/2 cup corn syrup
3/4 cup water
8 drops red food coloring

You will also need:
10 barbecue skewers

Wash and dry the apples. Put each one on a skewer. Mix sugar, corn syrup and water in a pot and heat it on a medium fire until the sugar melts. When it starts to boil, add the food coloring. Let it boil without stirring for 20 minutes, untill it gets to 160ºC (use a special thermometer for this). Remove it from the fire.
Dip the apples, one at a time in this mixture. Turn the apples around so that the mixture should cover the apples completely. Set aside with the stick upward to let it cool completely.
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Rosie MAndala Mulvane, KS September 16, 2017

Ok so I'm making this for my 6th grade class and they will LOVE this!! Reply

Rose M. Derby, Kansas September 18, 2017
in response to Rosie MAndala:

Yeah, I'm sure they would. Well, EVERYONE should love this! Really. Reply

Kylo Ren The First Order February 11, 2017

Oy vey. 2 cups of sugar?! That's a lot! Reply

John Boyega The set of Star Wars August 5, 2017
in response to Kylo Ren:

Yeah...no kidding...I'd use just one cup...Btw I think I know you...are you Adam Driver? Reply

Jr. Rabbi Damian August 16, 2017
in response to Kylo Ren:

I agree Reply

Rosie Mandala Mulvane, KS September 16, 2017
in response to Kylo Ren:

Yeah, but I'm really into sugar, so I'm not cutting it any. Reply

Daisy Ridley The set of Star Wars August 26, 2017
in response to Jr. Rabbi Damian:

Yes...one cup only, like my good ol' buddy John said. Reply

mike JR. kentucky December 14, 2014

sqish an apple!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! just a plain red gooshy apple on a stick? Reply

malka sima toronto ontario canada January 22, 2014

i'd put a bit less sugar. apples are sweet without any sugar. Reply

chana wirgum dallas, texas via capitalfriends.org January 5, 2012

yemy in me temy I like candy apples! Reply

taddy toronto, canada via jrcc.org September 28, 2011

wow!!! i never made apple candie Reply

Boruch Mordachai Chalk London, England August 22, 2010

♥ them they tasted great Reply

poppy new melbourne, Australia August 15, 2010

♥ THE CANDY APPLES AWESOME ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Reply

shlomo la, ca via kids.tzivoshashem.org September 21, 2009

hi cool that sonds yummy Reply

mendel August 7, 2009

why food coloring the apples are already red ha ha Reply

Rosie Mandala Mulvane, KS September 16, 2017
in response to mendel:

Well they probably want it to be the most red it can get, just in case. But I agree!! XD Reply

sam st.cathrines, canada December 14, 2008

wicked that was awesome!!!!!!!!!! Reply

morgan November 9, 2008

candy apple sounds VERY yummy Reply

SL Phoenix, AZ via chabadaz.com October 20, 2008

Great We use it on Simchat Torah fro the Kids! Its Great. Reply

Dayne C.T., America via campgan.com October 17, 2008

candy apples I hope that I could try one mmm! Reply

shterna n.y., ny amarica September 24, 2008

yum yum i really would love to try it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Reply

Anonymous September 24, 2008

candy apples I dont really know if its good but i feel bad that this is the only one with no comment! :( Reply